Allow audio clip track names in audio clip mixer to pull from iXML data in poly WAV files (i.e., A1 reads "Mix L", A2 reads "Mix R", etc. instead of "Audio 1", "Audio 2")
Jonah Walker commented
Yes please! this would make my life so much easier.
Peter Delahunty commented
Please please please add the ability to use iXML data! I go to a lot of trouble as a professional sound recordist to include metadata in my recordings for post production - only to have it ignored by Premiere then scrubbed on export to AAF. So frustrating. Workflow is all about good metadata in a team.
Graham Withers commented
yeah, ridiculous that the only Premiere workflow I can find to get the ixml onto the clip is by breaking out the poly wav into mono tracks, renaming the filename and then importing the tracks individually...
Trevor Asquerthian commented
That data should be available in a bin column too, I can only see it in 'Metadata' and it is hidden in the ixml section in folders per track.